Saturated fat isn't bad for you. you use it to creat cholesterol, which then creates other nice hormones like testosterone. you need a certain level of fat in your diet to maintain proper endocrine function. this includes your saturaded, polys, and monos.
there is also no reduction in the protein between skim and whole fat milk (I get 3.14% here, the "red" carton, aka "homo" milk). All the milk still says 8 grams / 250ml. Skim has 0g fat, and 13 gram carb. the whole milk has 8g fat and 12g carb (oddly enough).
4L (what I call a gallon) will look like this
(that is 16 cups of milk at 250ml/cup)
pasteurization is a process in which you heat the milk to 99.99% of it's boiling point. this kills off a lot of the bacteria. the homogenization process is a mechanical break up of the fat globules by forcing the milk through smaller holes. this means your milk stays fresh longer, and you don't have to shake it when you want some. it's not adding chemicals as part of the process in of itself (while some milk companies may add something to the milk either before extraction from the cow, or as part of a preservative process later, but that is not what pasteurization is).
untrue. there are many reports of people who drink a gallon for long term who have no issues with it (outside of allergies, like lactose intolerance). more milk and prolonged consumption =/= the development of an intolerance for lactose either.
Milk will cause you to have stomach bloat and what not, and obviously, a gallon will cause more bloat and gas than 2 cups a day. But it's not bad for you. And not every one gets bloated.
You just said there are easier ways to get less fattening calories and then suggested drinking pure fat? wut?
not that I disagree with drinking shots of OVOO, but srsly, wut? lol
good article. soy isn't evil. but I wouldn't consume massive amounts of it. milk products tend to have more estrogen in them anyways (considering the cow is lactating out hormones, which include estrogens).
look at the chart. it's a sick amount of soy to get in the 1,720mg of PEs. Have fun eating your body weight in a single type of food.
you can eat soy, just keep it in check. even the Asians who cultivated the damn thing only use it as a side dish. That should be a hint.